In 1938, a small group of dedicated adults started meeting with Carl Stotz to talk about bringing youth baseball to their community in Williamsport, PA. Those dedicated volunteers did everything -- from finding sponsors to recruiting players to drafting the rules of the organization that would become Little League.
Since the first Little League game was played on June 6, 1939, volunteers have been the heartbeat of the organization. From that small group of dedicated men and women in central Pennsylvania to the present, more than 1 million adults have dedicated their time, efforts and talents in more than 80 countries around the world.
Redmond West Little League depends on the mix of talents of our dedicated volunteers -- some of whom are completely new to baseball. There are many different ways to help, both at the level of each individual team and league-wide. And there is training and support to help you get started.
Please click the links below to find out more about the league-wide and team-specific volunteer roles. Baseball / softball knowledge is not required!
As a non-profit educational organization, RWLL depends on donations. Several local employers give match volunteer hours with donations. If your employer matches volunteer hours, please sign up for matching contributions to Redmond West Little League. More information is available on our Corporate Matching page.
These steps are required to become an authorized volunteer with Redmond West Little League.
A background check is required for all RWLL volunteers once each season. If you have not already done so, please use the link below to submit your information for screening.
In compliance with the 2017 Safe Sports Act, Redmond West Little League requires all Board members, managers and coaches to take the Mandatory Reporting SafeSport Course from the U.S. Center for SafeSport, which is free and takes about 20 minutes to complete. We recommend that all volunteers take this training, as well as the other two SafeSport Courses available on USA Baseball. Please use the link below to access the SafeSport training content on the USA Baseball Online Education Center. To document compliance, e-mail your certificate of completion to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to go to the USA Baseball Online Education Center to register and take the free SafeSport: Mandatory Reporting course. (Note: You will need to create a log in and then check out through an online shopping cart before you can get to the training course.)